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Oracle Calendar storage and export

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Hello,

I have been asked to look at someone's oracle calendar. They want to export their calendar data to ICS files. I am not sure what versin they are running, but it might be version 11. Anyway, I haven't worked directly on an Oracle calendar before. How is the calendaring information stored? Is it in a database or in files? Where would I look to find out the structure of the calendar and/or how to run administrator utilities to export selected user calendars to ICS files?

Thanks,
John
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Are you talking about Oracle Communications Calendar Service:
http://www.oracle.com/us/industries/communications/communications-calendar-server-066178.html

or maybe you  just  want to store calendar items in Oracle ?
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perhpas this is what you want to ceheck
http://docs.oracle.com/cd/B25553_01/calendar.1012/b25486/utilities.htm

somthing like utility unicpoutu decribed there

I'm not sure this question has anything to do with java Programming Language directly
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Thanks. All of these suggestions help. I still need to figure out what I am going to do and all of your suggestions helped me see a bigger picture. Thank you.
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